CNBC: "Consumers May Qualify for Up to $10,000—or More—In Climate Tax Breaks and Rebates in the Inflation Reduction Act

In this story marking the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act through the House, this story cites RFF analysis and quotes Senior Fellow Kevin Rennert.

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Aug. 13, 2022

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The average household would save about $170 to $220 a year in electricity costs — a total $209 billion to $278 billion over the next decade — due to the bill’s combined policies, according to an estimate by Resources for the Future...

“The legislation itself is clearly a win for the climate in terms of the emissions it would drive, and is structured in a way that it ends up being a win for consumers, as well,” said Kevin Rennert, a fellow at Resources for the Future.

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